At DayOut, we provide high-quality services for adults with complex medical conditions. However, the reason people come back each day is to enjoy themselves, visit friends and engage in planned daily activities — like music, exercise, art and games. This is a fun and supportive community for everyone involved.

How will you spend your day?

 

MEDICAL SERVICES

Our nursing staff provide daily participant assessments, education, and medical interventions including medication administration, blood sugar monitoring, blood pressure checks, and skin integrity.

SOCIAL SERVICES

Our social workers and licensed clinical social worker provide supportive care and socialization to participants while coordinating additional services as needed.

THERAPY SERVICES

We provide physical therapy, occupational therapy, and individualized therapy programs designed to meet the needs of each participant.

TRANSPORTATION SERVICES

We assist participants with planning for transportation to and from our facility.

MEAL SERVICES

Each day we provide a nutritious breakfast, hot lunch, and snack. We strive to offer culturally appropriate foods and variety for everyone.

ACTIVITY SERVICES

We provide stimulating activities, events and opportunities for daily socialization designed to keep participants physically active and mentally engaged. We also offer a memory care area for individuals who require smaller groups and a less active environment.

ADL/IADL SERVICES

We provide supervision of and assistance with participants activities of daily living and instrumental activities of daily living. These services include but are not limited to the following:

  • Bathing
  • Dressing
  • Toileting
  • Feeding
  • Hygiene
  • Ambulation
  • Transferring

CAREGIVER SUPPORT GROUPS

Alzheimer's caregivers frequently report experiencing high levels of stress. It can be overwhelming to take care of a loved one with Alzheimer's or dementia and too much stress can be harmful to both of you. Join us at DayOut ADHC to learn about symptoms, how to manage stress and ways to avoid burnout. 

For more information regarding Alzheimer's please go to:

www.alz.org